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Old 04-12-2010, 01:53 PM
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So the clear(er) waters of the Northumberland are not an option this season. I'm new to striper fishing, and I've recently bought a wack of cranks, jigs, and spoons for 'em. Anyone who's been, knows how muddy the bay gets further inland of Hopewell. Anyone know if lures are effective in this soup? or are live-bait/cut-bait necessary? Any specific suggestions would be appreciated.
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Old 04-12-2010, 02:32 PM
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So the clear(er) waters of the Northumberland are not an option this season. I'm new to striper fishing, and I've recently bought a wack of cranks, jigs, and spoons for 'em. Anyone who's been, knows how muddy the bay gets further inland of Hopewell. Anyone know if lures are effective in this soup? or are live-bait/cut-bait necessary? Any specific suggestions would be appreciated.
Never seen anyone using plugs......might work....worth a try.
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Old 05-22-2010, 02:55 PM
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So the clear(er) waters of the Northumberland are not an option this season. I'm new to striper fishing, and I've recently bought a wack of cranks, jigs, and spoons for 'em. Anyone who's been, knows how muddy the bay gets further inland of Hopewell. Anyone know if lures are effective in this soup? or are live-bait/cut-bait necessary? Any specific suggestions would be appreciated.
Where are you located?I know some areas where you can use your gear!
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Hey, I'm in sackville NB just this side of the NS-NB border where I have easy access to the Tantramar river, Rockport/Pecks Point, and Dorchester cape which is right at the meet of the Petitcodiac and Chignecto bay, where the alewife are very plentiful.
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Hey, I'm in sackville NB just this side of the NS-NB border where I have easy access to the Tantramar river, Rockport/Pecks Point, and Dorchester cape which is right at the meet of the Petitcodiac and Chignecto bay, where the alewife are very plentiful.
I fish those areas often.There's fish there, but not in huge numbers.Those are all bait and wait areas.Shoot me a PM and I'll tell ya some clear water spots.
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